19. October 2010 09:00
Olafur Eliasson is a Danish-Icelandic artist. He uses art, science and natural phenomena to create extraordinary multi sensory experinces. He very often let´s the wiewers themselves become the key initiator of the art experiment.
7. October 2010 08:00
Where in the world can you buy a pair of Christian Louboutin pumps and a cheap pair of flip flops under the same roof? The answer is Selfridges' new shoe department. Designed by world class architect Jamie Fobert, at 35,000 sq ft the mega shoe hall is the largest shoe department in the world. If you don´t find anything you like here then maybe you´re not that into shoes.
25. August 2010 09:06
Choi+Shine Architects, award winner of the 2010 Boston Society of Architects Unbuilt Architecture presented this wonderful idea for the Icelandic electricity company Landsnet.
The pylon figures are made with the same assembly parts but have joints that can express different gestures responding to the environment. Though they only exist on pictures we would love a realization.
Project Name: The Land of Giants.
17. March 2010 09:24
On the 12th-14th of March, GDS, Europes largest shoe fair was held in Dusseldorf, Germany. Vagabond was present with a big new updated booth, similar to a shoebox... Wild!
21. August 2009 13:53
A temporary or small house attached on an already existing building is a growing trend among architects and is called Parasite architecture. Parasite Las Palmas in Rotterdam is probably the most famous one and is an manifest towards mainstream, an attached concept on an old industrial building. Several concepts like this are popping up, Rucksack house by the German designer Stefan Eberstadt, Loftcube by Werner Aisslinger, and we probably just have seen the start. Interested in a Loftcube? 90 000 €, 39 square meters and 3 days to assemble! Voilá!